The Democrat Plantation is Shrinking Fast. Whole groups are waking up fast.
“No Republican has ever called me a name, but now that I support Trump, Democrats call me every name in the book! ”EVERYBODY IS LEAVING THE DEMOCRAT PLANTATION! see fast clip below
— 🌹🦋🇺🇸Michele🇺🇸🦋🌹 (@MAJMO50) February 10, 2024
86% of Americans think President Joe Biden is too old to serve another term, according to a new poll released Sunday – Newsmax
‘ALERT: 86% of Americans think Biden, 81, is too old to serve another term as president (including 73% of Democrats). (The poll was taken after news that a Biden Justice Department appointee concluded that Joe Biden should not be prosecuted because a jury would likely find him innocent due to his mental incompetence.) – Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch
Recent survey results from Gallup, released on Feb. 7, indicate a significant erosion of historical support for Democrats among black and Hispanic communities, reaching an all-time low. The data reveals a noteworthy shift in political affiliations, prompting concerns within the Democratic Party.
Anyone else notice a significant rise in racially motivated black supremacist accounts on Twitter? This seems coordinated. Biden and the Democrats are losing support amongst black so they’re launching a campaign to bait people into arguing over race. This is low, even for them- The AntiAntiAnti
In 2023, the survey found that 66 percent of black adults identified as Democrats or leaned towards the Democratic Party, while only 19 percent identified with or leaned towards the Republican Party. Despite Democrats maintaining a lead among black adults, the 47-point advantage recorded in 2023 is the smallest margin since 1999, signaling a decline in support.
Gallup attributes most of this decline to recent years, with the net-Democratic identification falling by 19 points from a 66-point advantage in 2020. This marks an 11-point decrease in Democratic affiliation among black adults since 2020 and an eight-point increase in Republican affiliation.
Polling Data Shows Democrats Losing Support Among Black and Hispanic Voters https://t.co/562oP30ufh
— wally lowther (@LowtherWally) February 9, 2024
The survey measured the “net-Democratic leaned party ID” for black voters, showcasing a 25 percentage point loss from 72 percent in 1999 to 47 percent in 2023. The analysis of presidential elections by Catalist further highlights the diminishing support for Democrats among black voters, dropping from 97 percent in 2012 to 90 percent in 2020.
Notably, Gallup’s survey also indicates significant losses for Democrats among Hispanic adults. While Democrats held support from 26 percent of Hispanic adults in 2011, this figure plummeted to 12 percent in 2023, marking a 14-point deficit. Catalist’s analysis aligns with this trend, indicating a decline in Hispanic support for Democrats from 71 percent in 2016 to 63 percent in 2020.
President Trump in South Carolina: “In the latest Morning Consult poll, we’re at 80% in the Republican primary and we’re dominating Crooked Joe in the general election… In fact, our lead against Biden is the largest it’s ever been…” Trump – clip at Twitter
Gallup’s examination of gender preferences reveals a long-standing gap between women and men in their party affiliations. Although women have consistently leaned Democratic over the years, the net-Democratic identification among women decreased from +17 percent in 2021 to +9 percent in 2023. Meanwhile, men’s net-Democratic identification reached a record-low of -15, reflecting a shift toward the Republican side.
Republicans have gained an advantage in other demographic groups as well. Among men, 52 percent identify as Republican or lean-Republican, compared to 37 percent identifying as Democrat or lean-Democrat. A similar trend is observed among non-college-educated adults, where 50 percent identify as Republican or lean-Republican, surpassing the 36 percent who identify as Democrat or lean-Democrat.
Black support for democrats has fallen from 90+% to 66%
This is what a Trump landslide will look like
— JohnGalt 🇺🇸🇮🇱 (@JohnJGaltrules) February 7, 2024
Looking at the broader picture, 45 percent of U.S. adults identify as Republican or lean-Republican, slightly surpassing the 43 percent who identify as Democrat or lean-Democrat. Republicans also hold a one-point advantage among voters over 65, a two-point advantage among those aged 30 to 49, and a significant 10-point advantage among voters between 50 and 64.
Gallup underscores the national trend of declining Democratic support in 2023, affecting various key subgroups of U.S. adults. While Democrats still maintain an advantage among blacks, Hispanics, and young adults, the weakened support within these groups is a cause for concern. In conclusion, Gallup emphasizes that the dwindling support among black and Hispanic adults should be particularly worrisome for the Democratic Party, urging a closer examination of these trends and potential strategies for course correction.
Also never forget that Gallup has often been described by those on the Right, as a Leftist oriented polling organization. Which simply means it is far worse for Democrats.
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) February 11, 2024
Some humor on it all… Fast clip edited well
86% of Americans surveyed think President Joe Biden is too old to serve another term, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll. pic.twitter.com/qfCEzMFfQs
— Chukwu Jagaban (@MbaAdol) February 11, 2024
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Major Points Discussed:
- Recent Gallup survey reveals a historic low in Democratic support among black and Hispanic communities.
- In 2023, Democrats’ lead among black adults narrowed to a 47-point margin, the smallest since 1999, reflecting an 11-point decrease in Democratic affiliation since 2020.
- Democrats experienced a significant loss among Hispanic adults, dropping from 26 percent in 2011 to 12 percent in 2023, signaling a 14-point deficit.
- The gender gap in political affiliations persists, with a notable decrease in net-Democratic identification among women and a record-low net-Democratic identification among men at -15.
- Republicans are gaining ground among various demographics, including men, non-college-educated adults, and those over 65, with a one-point advantage among U.S. adults as a whole. The national trend indicates declining Democratic support in 2023 across key subgroups, emphasizing the need for party reflection and strategic adjustments.
Comments – Threads – Links
- Democrat politicians have simply gone too far. They got too greedy and now they’re losing the black vote they took for granted for so long. Meanwhile Trump continues to gain black support because they see he’ll make them the priority instead of illegals. It’s an easy choice- Paul A. Szypula
- We are land of immigrants and should care about other people, but number 1 duty of the Government is its own people- DuXango
- Yep. All they run on is racial and identity politics..Now it will cost them- GloriaVissy
- They’ll somehow flip this again and pull some shenanigans before the election- te
- RFK is gaining support from those under 45. Hispanics, blacks… The shift is happening. Many don’t see it yet- Mary Maas